Blue insurance buyer reaps dividends of €6m
The new owners of Blue Insurance have begun to recoup some of their €70 million takeover of the fast-growing company, extracting a dividend of €6 million earlier this year
The new owners of Blue Insurance have begun to recoup some of their €70 million takeover of the fast-growing company, extracting a dividend of €6 million earlier this year.
New accounts just filed for Blue Insurance, which was bought by a subsidiary of financial services giant Zurich last year, show the €6 million payment was proposed by the company’s board in February and that a further payment of €2.5 million is now on the cards....
Subscribe from just €1 for the first month!
All Digital Access + eReader
Unlimited Access for 1 Month
*New subscribers only
€149 For the 1st Year
Unlimited Access for 1 Year
90 Day Pass
Unlimited Access for 2 Years
Get a Business Account for you and your team
Noelle O’Connell: Why Michel Barnier is our European of the Year
European Movement Ireland honours the EU’s lead Brexit negotiator for his understanding, diplomacy and persistence
Comment: CETA offers us the hand-rolled cigarette of international investment law
Ireland uniquely positioned among EU members to reject international investment rules, and should 'just say no'
Comment: 2021 must be the year to fix higher education funding
Solving the sector’s funding problem has the potential not only to contribute to our post-pandemic recovery but to underpin the next decade and more of growth
Pascal Lamy: As America turns the page, the EU must sharpen its climate innovation edge
A global race to rapidly retool economies to thrive in a climate-neutral world has begun, and we in Europe cannot coast by on our early gains nor allow our competitors to nose ahead of us